Through medical camp in Bangladesh, Qatar Charity successfully performed 92 surgeries on children with congenital heart defects – Bangladesh
Qatar Charity concluded the second free medical and surgical camp to repair congenital heart defects in children, which ran for a week from August 13 to 20 in Bangladesh, during which operations were performed for poor children suffering from congenital heart disease.
The camp managed to perform 92 operations using cardiac catheterization techniques to repair heart defects to avoid resorting to open-heart surgery, all of which were successful for children whose families could not afford their treatment. , including those close to death.
Qatar Charity’s medical team carried out this medical intervention in cooperation with the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka.
The medical team sent by Qatar Charity is made up of pediatric cardiologists and catheter procedure consultants from the University of Texas in the United States of America, a Jordanian cardiologist, a senior technician from Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar and an anesthetist from Ramallah hospital.
Tribute to the participants To celebrate this achievement, Qatar Charity organized a ceremony to honor the supervisors of this camp and all those who contributed to the success of Qatar Charity’s second emergency medical intervention in Bangladesh.
The doctors expressed their joy at having carried out this mission and having saved the lives of dozens of children. In this context, Dr. Muhammad Noman Hamdallah said that the mission was successfully completed. We operated on 92 camp patients who suffered from congenital heart disease. All operations were successful, thank God. They have not had any complications yet and the families are very grateful for the free treatment of their children.
For his part, Professor Dr. Abdullah Shahryar, Head of Department of Pediatric Cardiology at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladesh, said: “Thank God we have accomplished the noble mission supported by Qatar Charity.
The Qatar Charity medical team took full responsibility for the week-long health camp. We thank the medical team. We express our gratitude to the philanthropists of the State of Qatar who have already played a leading role in providing financial support for the treatment of children deprived of treatment due to its cost.
Dr Shahryar added that it was a great effort. We hope that the program will continue in the future, and we will provide support by sending local medical and paramedic cadres to make any future medical intervention a success.
Recognition of parents The joy of the parents was immense, as they all expressed their thanks and gratitude to the philanthropists of the State of Qatar and Qatar Charity.
Zakaria is a 7-year-old child who received free care from the camp. His father says he brought him when he was very ill and with a weary heart from a remote village 300 km from the capital, Dhaka, and now we are leaving the camp with joy after the successful operation of my child.
Fayez Al-Rahman, the father of 4-year-old girl Faria, expressed his joy with the success of his daughter’s operation and her return to normal life after a long journey of torment and pain. My land from where I live to save my daughter, he adds: “I came here completely broke and couldn’t afford the expensive treatment, but thanks to the people of Qatar and Qatar Charity, my child has found a normal life. I am very grateful to all of them. This medical camp is the second of its kind to be held in Bangladesh. In the first camp, about 31 children received the necessary medical care for congenital heart disease, all of whom were successful at the time.